Parallel Centuries

Looking at the historical Church parallels between the 16th century and the 21st century is shocking. For those of you who don’t know history, the 16th century was quite a mess. Corruption in the Catholic Church was extremely high. There were terrible popes. Sexual license was rampant throughout the Church but most especially in Rome.... Continue Reading →

Why Do I Go To Mass?

I am a Catholic. The reason why I go to mass is pretty simple. I go to mass solely for one reason and one reason only. It is to worship God. I don't really go for any other reason. That's pretty much it for me. I go to mass because I know that is the... Continue Reading →

The Bible is Not Enough

The doctrine (or discipline) of Sola Scriptura is Latin for "Scripture Only" or what many people refer to as the "Bible Alone" doctrine. What it typically means today is a little different than what it was intended to mean 500 years ago when the German Protestant Revolutionary Martin Luther first uttered the phrase. Nevertheless, it... Continue Reading →

Jesus Christ is God

In my last essay, There Is A God,  I argued that belief in God is not only reasonable and logical but that it's also totally natural. Belief in a Creator, or Divinity, has been the natural order of things throughout man's history, and in spite of the temporary aberration called Marx-Darwinian Atheism, the majority of... Continue Reading →

There Is A God

When looking for proof for the existence of God, people will usually turn to science and philosophy. The two are very different disciplines. Science is not the search for truth. It is, rather, the search for evidence, facts, data and explanation. It is, by nature, an evolving discipline. Scientific theories change. They're supposed to. Because... Continue Reading →

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